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#26 drnerf BANNED

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 06:08 PM

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Cement the stock so it doesn't rotate. Good job looking forward to more from you. 600th POST WOOT.

Well I think he meant for the stock to be remove able.


boom is right.

I like how you used the right angle nubs for the tube. That solves the only real complaint I have about my own Titan-Mav where the tubing gets in the way of my trigger finger. Very nice

Thanks! Using the right-angle nubs just seemed to work perfectly and I ran with it.

My only critic of this mod is the gun's overall function. It works just the same as if you just minimized the titan from the beginning.


I have to disagree, the Maverick is far more compact and comfortable then a chopped up Titan shell.

Exactly. The Maverick's grip melts into my hand, and the pump is no longer retardedly awkward. Sure it's still a Titan, but it's a much more comfortable Titan



Cement the stock so it doesn't rotate. Good job looking forward to more from you. 600th POST WOOT.

Well I think he meant for the stock to be remove able.


I thought so too.
Of course one could drill a hole all the way through and install a pin all the way through the shell, such as a slightly tight nail with the point filed round, or even a full fledged clevis pin with a safety clip on it.

What I would probably do is drill for a simple short pin made from a nail, with the tip filed flat so it fits completely inside the shell. Drill the hole through the coupler and pipe, almost where the pipe ends. Then file or saw open the hole in the pipe so it becomes a slot. With the pin held in by assembling the shell, the stock should still be a friction fit into the coupler, and the pin would prevent rotation.


That's exactly what I want to do, but I couldn't think of such a simple way to do it. Thank you for the idea, I'll probably be doing that soon.

You make me happy. Why? when I read the title, I expected some dumb noobish integration thing. Instead, a nice, cool, simple mod thing. I've always wanted to do somthing like this, but am skeptical about the legality of titans, so I havn't gotten around to trying yet.
Great job, dude.


Thanks! I aim to please.

Update:

I range tested it today. With 8 darts (just found out each barrel holds 8, not 7), it got about 70' range with an 5-8' spread. With one dart, it got typical 100+ Titan ranges, but it's a pain in the ass to load only one dart, since the barrel wasn't designed for it.

With LogHome darts, which were way too tight to shotgun load, they still got the same ranges, but the barrel flew off after them about 5 feet. It was pretty funny.


nice mod a bit to long but other wise a good mod im going to do it thanks

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 05:38 PM

very nice job, maybe put the titan internals in a longstrike, to make a for real loser rifle

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Edited by Zorn's Lemma, 15 August 2012 - 06:06 PM.

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#28 Zorns Lemma

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Posted 15 August 2012 - 06:08 PM

very nice job, maybe put the titan internals in a longstrike, to make a for real loser rifle

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The only loser is you, for posting in a thread 3 years old with a worthless suggestion.

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